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SERENITY HOUSE

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Are you or someone you know experiencing family violence?

SERENITY HOUSE

OUTREACH PROGRAM

Available for victims who need help, but might not yet need our shelter.

WE ARE HERE

TO PROVIDE HELP

SAFE SHELTER FOR VICTIMS OF FAMILY VIOLENCE

COUNSELING FOR THOSE AFFECTED BY FAMILY VIOLENCE

EDUCATION & RESOURCES FOR THE PREVENTION OF FAMILY VIOLENCE

2002

YEAR OPENED

$0

COST OF SERVICES

24

HOUR HOTLINE

30+

SERVICES AVAILABLE

NEWS &

RESOURCES

Blog

State Certification

22 August

The Colquitt County Serenity House is pleased to announce the shelter has received its state certification effective July 1, 2019! Serenity House has been providing safe shelter and support services for survivors of domestic violence since 2002. The Executive Director, Haley Clark, states “We are so excited for what this means for our shelter! We are looking forward to continuing to improve our facility as well as the services we provide in the near future.”

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Blog

New Website

15 July

We are excited to annouce the launch of our new website! To better serve our community & those who seek our services, our new website is filled with information to educate on the topic of domestic violence & extend our services to those need.

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Blog

Signs of an Abusive Relationship

15 July

Domestic violence and abuse can happen to anyone; it does not discriminate. Abuse happens within heterosexual relationships and in same-sex partnerships. It occurs within all age ranges, ethnic backgrounds, and economic levels.

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Donations

How To Donate

15 July

here are several ways to conveniently donate or become a monthly supporter of Serenity House. Truly, no gift amount is too small to make a difference. Through monetary donations and monthly sponsorships, Serenity House is able to continue fulfilling our mission to provide hope & recovery for abused women & children.

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QUESTION OR CONCERN?

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Do you have a question? Here are some of our most frequently asked questions. If you still have a question or concern, we are here to help. Simply send us a message & we will get back to you shortly.

What is Serenity House?

Serenity House is a domestic violence shelter that provides temporary, emergency housing for women and children escaping domestic abuse.

What is the average length of stay?

30-45 days

What services do you provide?

Emergency shelter, case management, legal advocacy, counseling services, transportation, assistance in finding employment, assistance with finding safe housing, and more.

What is the cost for services?

All services are free of charge.

How many people can be housed at the shelter?

We currently are a 14-bed facility, but are looking to increase the bed capacity this year.

Is the shelter handicap accessible?

Yes, our shelter is handicap accessible.

Do you have a volunteer program?

Do to the delicate nature of the work, volunteer options are limited; however, you can contact the director of the shelter for further information on volunteer opportunities.

Do you accept donations?

Yes, we greatly appreciate donations. Monetary donations can be made via PayPal Giving Fund by clicking ``Donate`` above, on Facebook by clicking our ``Donate`` button, or if you prefer to donate via check, please make your check payable to Colquitt County Serenity House Project, Inc., and mail your gift to Colquitt County Serenity House P.O. Box 14 Moultrie, GA 31776.

What types of donations are needed?

Monetary donations/gift cards, hygiene products, toilet paper, paper towels, trash bags, light bulbs, batteries, cleaning supplies, laundry detergent, dryer sheets, dish soap, hand soap, hand sanitizer, and new or gently used clothing/shoes for women and children.

Where can donations be dropped off?

Donations can be dropped off at the local Chamber of Commerce, YMCA South Campus, or you can contact the shelter to schedule a pick-up from your location.